The Network Responsibility Index rates LGBT content on networks during the 2012-2013 TV season that wrapped earlier this year.
GLAAD found FOX was the most inclusive broadcast network with 42% of primetime programming hours having included LGBT images and earning FOX a rating of Good. Each network is reviewed on a scale of Excellent, Good, Adequate, or Failing. ABC came in second place for the number of inclusive hours at 33% and also earned a score of Good. On cable, ABC Family was the most inclusive network GLAAD tracked last year with 50% of its original programming including LGBT impressions or storylines. It was followed by FX at 40%. History received a Failing grade with no LGBT images on any of its shows last season.
No networks received a rating of Excellent this year, indicating the need for more diverse LGBT characters and stories.
Good: ABC, ABC Family, The CW, FOX, MTV, NBC, Showtime
Adequate: CBS, FX, HBO, TLC, TNT, USA
Failing: History, TBS
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